It’s D-Week

The homecoming royalty this year is Damariz Miranda and Trey Rose who are the queen and king (center above). First attendants are, Brendy Berthely and Daniel Larez (right); second attendants are, Cariela Miramontes and Francisco Lugo (left).

It’s homecoming week all this week at Douglas High School as the Douglas Bulldogs prepare for their conference opener against the Pueblo Warriors.

Throughout the week, there will be a variety of events taking place, every day, at Douglas High School.

Wednesday is 90’s Day; Thursday Tacky Day and Friday will be black and gold day.

A part of the homecoming festivities there will be a dodge ball tournament Wednesday afternoon at 4 p.m. between the students in the DHS gym. Admission for that is $2.

The homecoming parade up G Avenue will take place Thursday at 5 p.m. That will be followed by the bonfire at the field behind the DHS gym at 6:30 p.m.

The traditional lighting of the D on D-Hill will take place around that same time, Thursday evening.

Friday is the game with Pueblo. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. At halftime, the homecoming festivities will take place.

The homecoming royalty this year is Damariz Miranda and Trey Rose who are the queen and king. First attendants are, Brendy Berthely and Daniel Larez; second attendants are, Cariela Miramontes and Francisco Lugo.

The dedicatee this year is long time Douglas Dispatch editor Bruce Whetten.

A homecoming dance is scheduled for Saturday from 8-11 p.m. in the DHS cafeteria. Admission to the dance is $8 per person.

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